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and present to you the grand entry of our eagle staff and our dancers. here we go. bring em in. carrying the first flag of this nation, of this land, the eagle staff larry harristan. how about a round of applause for larry? thank you larry. bringing in our dancers. (drums). good to see you. our southern and northern dancers. welcome ladies. welcome. followed by our jingle "dancing with dancers. welcoming our dancers as well. our northern traditional dancers followed by our grass dancers. how about a big round for applause for all ours dancers? good to see you. (drums). going over to our group over here. flag song. please. long before the national anthem composed by francis scott key the 50 people that this land. >> >> the first people that this land had these fight songs, national anthems for these tribes, paying homage to the first flag of this land, the eagle staff. remembering our veterans as well, the warriors whether going to battle or returning from battle paying homage to their service, paying homage to this flag. always honored our veterans, our warriors. (chantin
is an eagle. the eagle holds an olive branch to show that united states will always seek peace. let me say not only peace, but the united states will always seek solutions to problems. we're a pragmatic people that like to have a problem [speaker not understood] and do something about it. and the other talon the eagle holds arrows to show that the united states understands that if you're going to be successful and effective in seeking peace, you must be strong. and i would say strong, and i'll use that word a little bit more loosely and say competent. you must be able to do things. so, if you take that image and you have objectives on the one talon and capability on the other, and you marry them together, that's what we in the united states have been doing, particularly since the end of world war ii. then there we were having propelled the three worlds to victory. the other of us having seen we had an aggressive adversary on our hands and looking back what a horrible last century or so, we had to do better. and we did it by this iteration of objectives and capabilities. and we put together
there is a lot that can be done that makes sense to do. china is already eagle for get off of coal. they're having all kinds of pollution problems because of it. they have great goals for switch to go natural gas yet it isn't really happening at the speed that one might hope. why isn't it happening? what can we do to help that process move faster? i believe there will be something that we can do. we have to identify it, and figure out what we can do to speed the process. >> and when we say we, we don't necessarily mean the u.s. government. this is something that we're hoping to do through non-government organizations through businesses, environmental groups, getting them together, all the stakeholders get them together, and do something that does not necessarily require a treaty from the u.s. government. we believe in this case it's largely getting our technology, which has been developed mostly in the united states, and used almost exclusively in the united states getting it over there and getting it working. i think this is to everybody's good. >> what do you make of bill clinton, i kn
of a chair, mark twain's eyes blinded like an eagle through sopping browse. this rainy afternoon in june of 1863 mark twain was nursing a bad hangover in the steam rooms half way through what was intended to be a two month visit to san francisco that stretched to three years. sleepwalking journalists regularly went to the turkish baths to sweat out any dark thoughts of suicide attempt asians which were not uncommon. at the bat he played any at the with the proprietor and sawyer, the recently appointed customs inspector, volunteer firemen and bonafide local hero. in the clouds of boiling seem he was mending his own wounds bowed his were from a nearly fatal ordeal aboard a burning steamboat a decade earlier. in contrast to the lanky mark twain, sawyer was a stocky round faced metamorphic. his blue eyes were comfortable to gaze into, his hair was a disorder haystack, dark brown shock with sideburns, his chest with her and this and his body smooth, well nestled but without definition for two men. in comparison to mark twain, his mustache and goatee when not impressive. sawyer wore a coat of
. as the eagle-eyed glenn greenwald, wrote in the guardian last week, "the bill's mandate that everyone purchase the products of the private health insurance industry was a huge gift to that industry." and liz fowler? the white house brought her over from congress to oversee the new law's implementation -- first at the department of health and human services, and then as special assistant to the president for healthcare and economic policy. and now, it's through the revolving door once more. christmas has come a little early for the peripatetic ms. fowler, as she leaves the white house for the pharmaceutical giant johnson and johnson. glenn greenwald writes, ms. fowler "will receive ample rewards from that same industry as she peddles her influence in government and exploits her experience with its inner workings to work on that industry's behalf, all of which," glenn greenwald says, "has been made perfectly legal by the same insular, versailles-like washington culture that so lavishly benefits from all of this." now, friends of liz fowler will say this is harsh. that she was the talented, intel
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